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this year's recipient of the jean hershold humanitarian award. he's a decorated actor, humanitarian, and cultural icon, and tonight we celebrate the 50th anniversary of his historic oscar win for best actor. please welcome angelina jolie and sidney poitier. [ applause ] ♪ >> thank you. good evening.
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it is my honor to present the oscar for best director alongside a legendary artist. since you graced our screens more than 60 years ago, your talent and integrity have shattered barriers and inspired audiences everywhere. and for that, my friend, we are very, very much in your debt. [ applause ] >> and it's my pleasure to be here in such inspiring company, to help celebrate all the extraordinary talent represented tonight. it's encouraging and invigorating.
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please, keep up the wonderful work. [ applause ] >> here are the nominees for achievement in directing. david o. russell, "american hustle." alfonso cuaron, "gravity." alexander payne, "nebraska." steve mcqueen, "12 years a slave." martin scorsese, "the wolf of wall street." here we go. and the oscar goes to --
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>> the oscar goes to -- >> do i get this one? >> yes. >> all right. alfonso cuaron. [ applause ] ♪ >> well, thank you. thanks to the academy. like any other human, making a film can be a traumatic experience. and i want to thank "gravity"
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because for many people involved in this film, it was a very formative experience. and it's good because it took so long. if not, it would be like a waste of time. [ laughter ] what really sucks is that, well, for a lot of these people, that information grows wisdom. for me, it was just the color of my hair. i want to share this with all of the people who made this happen. my amazing son and co-writer, ernest cuaron. sandra bullock. sandy, you're "gravity." you are the soul, heart of the film. the most amazing collaborator and one of the best people i've ever met. and george clooney, for your absolute trust, team work for
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making this film happen. the wise guys of warner brothers. the wise people of warner brothers. [ laughter ] lee harris, chris defaria. and the film took so long, we went through two different administrations, so, i have to honor alejandro morales. gabriela rodriguez. steve jones. tim burkes and tracy jacobs. and, christine -- [ speaking in foreign language ] [ applause ] bye, guys. ♪
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>> well, we did it, everybody. that's it. thank you very much for letting me be your host. hopefully you had as much fun as i did. hmm? it's not. okay. there's more. i guess, we'll be back. [ applause ] >> announcer: the oscars on abc, brought to you by -- samsung galaxy. the next big thing is here. and -- cadillac. everything looking good. ♪ velocity 1,200 feet per second. [ man #2 ] you're looking great to us, eagle. ♪ 2,000 feet. ♪ still looking very good. 1,400 feet. [ male announcer ] a funny thing happens when you shoot for the moon. ahh, that's affirmative. [ male announcer ] you get there. you're a go for landing, over. [ male announcer ] the all new cadillac cts, the 2014 motor trend car of the year.
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♪ really? you lost all of it sweating to the oldies. that is amazing. i thought there was a whole -- >> it was a dance-off. >> very impressive. >> thank you. >> you look great tonight, by the way. please welcome daniel day-lewis. [ applause ] ♪ >> there are five sublimely gifted women nominated for best actress in a leading role. the nominees are -- amy adams, "american hustle." >> i have to get my hair done.
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don't ask me how i am. >> where are you going? just stand still. get under the umbrella. come on. carmine wants rosyln to come. >> i don't care. you weren't listening. i don't care if rosyln comes. just do your job, okay? you're nothing to me until you're everything. >> cate blanchett, "blue jasmine." >> ginger and i are completely different people. >> yeah. she got the good genes. >> it's not genetic. you can't always blame everything on your genes. if you would pick to work hard and not settle. >> she means me. >> who do i have to sleep with around here for a stoli martini with a twist of lemon? >> sandra bullock, "gravity." >> come on.
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you've got to be kidding me. you've got to be kidding me. [ applause ] >> judi dench, "philomena." >> i want you to know, that i forgive you. >> what? just like that? >> not just like that. that's hard. that's hard for me. but i don't want to hate people. i don't want to be like you. >> meryl streep, "august: osage county." >> you want to show who is stronger? nobody's stronger than me. damn it, when nothing is left, everything is gone, disappears,
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i'll be here. who is stubborn now, you son of a bitch? [ applause ] >> and the oscar goes to -- cate blanchett. [ applause ] ♪ >> sit down. you're too old to be standing. thank you, mr. day-lewis. from you, it blows it right out
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of the ballpark. thank you so much, to the academy. as random and as subjective as this award is, it means a great deal. in a year of extraordinary, yet again, extraordinary performances by women. amy adams, everything you do. but your performance in "american hustle" blew my mind. and, meryl, what can i say? sandra, i could watch that performance until the end of time. and i sort of felt like i had. [ laughter ] julia, #suckit. you know what i mean? and, judi dench, i mean, what a career. she's not here tonight because at the age of 79, her film was so successful, that she's in india doing a sequel. i mean, what a career that is. if i could hope. and me -- [ applause ] i'm here accepting an award in an extraordinary screenplay by woody allen. thank you so much, woody, for
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casting me. i'm truly appreciative. and i'm so very proud that "blue jasmine" stayed in the cinemas for as long as it did. and thank you to sony classics, to michael and tom for their support. for bravely and intelligently distributing the film. and to the audiences who went to see it. and perhaps those of us in the industry who are still foolishly clinging to the idea that female films, with women at the center, are niche experiences. they're not. audiences want to see them. and in fact, they earn money. [ applause ] the world is round, people. thank you, to my mom. to my sister, to my brother, to my three glorious sons. i would not be standing here without you. to my husband, andrew, you are a legend. so -- thank you to my agent, hilda.
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you're behind the pillar somewhere up there. you are a goddess. to my agent in australia, robin gardner, i love you so very much. to my publicist, lisa costello. to sally hawkins and the cast of "blue jasmine." i don't know how to do this with other actors. and this, i share with you. for the hair and makeup people, who sweated me up and tried to make me look attractive, thank you opinion to cale for putting me and sally together. to helen robbins. to everyone involved in "blue jasmine", thank you so much. and finally, i'd like to thank every member of the sydney theater company. working on "blue jasmine" was a synthesis of my work in the theater and on film. and not only working with you the last six years have been the most enormous privilege of my career, but it made me a better actress. there's so much talent in australia.
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and michael williamson and c.m. and i are just the tip of the iceberg. thank you so much. thank you. [ applause ] ♪ >> and now, here's america's other sweetheart, oscar winner, jennifer lawrence. [ applause ] ♪ >> why are you laughing? what? was it funny? okay. it's such an honor to present this next award. the five men -- i'm still watching you. the five men nominated in this category delivered resonating, evocative and captivating performances. here are the nominees for performance by an actor in a
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leading role. christian bale, "american hustle." >> we're going to watch that right now where he will check. that's why this meeting isn't happening. because they need millions. [ applause ] >> bruce dern, "nebraska." >> they're not finished to me. >> how do you mean? >> kind of looks like somebody got bored doing it. washington is the only one with any clothes. they're just kind of roughed in. lincoln doesn't even have an ear. [ applause ] >> leonardo dicaprio, "the wolf of wall street." >> the show goes on. this is my home. they're going to need a wrecking ball to take me out of here. they're going to need to send in
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the national guard because i ain't going nowhere. [ applause ] >> chiwetel ejiofor, "12 years a slave." >> you were -- >> that's -- i'll survive. i will not offer in the snare. i will offer up my talents. i will repeat myself until freedom is opportune. >> matthew mcconaughey, "dallas buyers club." >> the healthy that you've got. and getting the hiv. and they got al-721 over in israel. i need to get some of this. >> none of those drugs have been approved by the fda. >> screw the fda. i'm going to be d.o.a. i have to sue the hospital to get my medicine? [ applause ]
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and the oscar goes to -- matthew mcconaughey. [ applause ] ♪ >> yeah. thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. for the academy for this. all 6,000 members.
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thank you to the other nominees. all these performances were impeccable, in my opinion. i didn't see a false note anywhere. i would like to thank jean-marc valet. i want to thank jared leto and jennifer garner, who i worked with daily. a few things, about three things to my account, that i need each day. one of them is something to look up to. another is something to look forward to. and another is someone to chase. now, first off, i want to thank god because that's who i look up to. he has graced my life with opportunities that i know are not of my hand or any other human hand. he has shown me that it's a scientific fact, that gratitude reciprocates. in the words of the late charlie lawton, who said, when you got
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god, you got a friend. and that friend is you. to my family, that's who and what i look forward to. to my father. i know he's up there right now, with a big pot of gumbo. he's got a lemon meringue pie. and he's probably up there with a cold can of miller lite. he's dancing right there. you, daddy, taught me what it means to be a man. to my mother, who is here tonight. who taught me and my two brothers, demanded that we respect ourselves. and what we, in turn, learned, that we were better able to respect others. thanks for that, momma. to my wife, camilla, and my kids, levy, mr. stone, the courage and significance you give me every day i go out the door is unparalleled. you are the four people in my life that i want to make the most proud of me. thank you. and to my hero. that's who i chased.
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i was 15 years old, i had a very important person in my life come to me and say, who is your hero. give me a couple weeks. i come back two weeks later. i said, i thought about it. and i said, it's me in ten years. i turned 25 ten years later. and that person comes up to me and says, are you a hero? not even close. she said, why? i said, because my hero's me at 35. so, every day, every week, every month and every year of my life, my hero's always ten years away. i'm never going to be my hero. i'm not going to attain that. i know i'm not. and that's just fine with me because that keeps me with somebody to keep on chasing. so, if any of us, whatever those things are, whatever it is we look up to, whatever it is we look forward to and whoever it is we're chasing, for that, i say amen. to that, i say, all right, all right, all right. [ applause ] i say, just keep living. thank you. [ applause ]
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>> all right. it is time. i'm not going to make you wait any longer because we have waited long enough. and when things are -- you're waiting for something, you don't want to wait longer. so, i'm going to get to it and not make -- why would you want to wait when -- this is really what you've been waiting for. [ laughter ] here it comes. but first, here's will smith. ♪ [ applause ] >> the nine films nominated for best picture tonight are exhilarating and original, inspiring and unforgettable. they represent the best of what we do, and prove that incredible
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stories told with talent, vision and style invigorate our imaginations, broaden our minds, humble our hearts, and stir our souls. here are the nominees for best picture. "american hustle." "captain phillips." "dallas buyers club." "gravity." "her." "nebraska." "philomena." "12 years a slave." "the wolf of wall street." and the oscar goes to --
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"12 years a slave." jeremy kleiner, steve mcqueen, and anthony pilcher. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ [ applause ]
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>> thank you, all. thank you for this incredible honor you've bestowed on our film tonight. i know i speak for everyone standing behind me that it's been an absolute privilege to work on solomon's story. and we all get to stand up here tonight because of one man who brought us all together to tell that story. and that is the indomitable mr. steve mcqueen. [ applause ] >> all right. i'm sorry. i apologize for the paper. but otherwise, i'll just bore you all. i'll do the same now. but i'll try not to. i first want to thank the academy. thank you so much. the people i need to thank. i'll push on. to my wonderful cast and crew, plan-b, brad pitt, without him this film would not have been
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made. river rhodes, anna wilcher, and brad weston. and tessa ross. and steve telula. my publicist, four words. i'm sorry about this. for hard work, and my magnificent agent, who has all the women in my life. and they're all the most powerful. my mother, obviously. but this is my -- forgive me. i'm nervous. you know who you are. first of all, for jill and shields. give me one more minute. i'd like to thank this amazing historian, sue aiken, whose life -- she gave her life's work to preserving solomon's book. i want to thank my partner for unearthing this treasure for me. my mother. my mom's out there. thank you for your hard headingness, mom.
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thank you. my children, alex and dexter. and my father, thank you. the last word. everyone -- everyone deserves not only to survive, but to live. this is the most important legacy of solomon northup. i'm dedicating this award to all the people who have suffered slavery and who are still suffering in slavery today. thank you very much. thank you. [ applause ] ♪ >> that's it. good night, everybody. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: you spend your life working. you should discover the world as
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